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Posted : November 5, 2006
Around 10 years ago my right ear was blocked and had to be syringed. Since then whenever I fly, my right ear takes a few days to unblock but this has reduced to a few hours in the last year. I have been diving twice and both times, I have experienced pain in my right ear. The instructor on my most recent dive commented that I wasn't equalising correctly but in that case why do I not have any pain in my left ear? My doctor is hopeless and looks at me like I'm wasting his time when I tell him I have pain in my right ear when diving. I'm eager to gain diving qualifications but I don't want to waste money if I have permanent ear problems.
please respond to my new email I have been unable to locate a profile on this site that will allow me to change my email address.
Posted : November 6, 2006
W to see you,
but it doesnt sound that compllicated,
a good look in your ear and some othedr tests, and we can tell either way.
To make an appointment, please call 02078064028.
However lines do get busy in the morning so afternoon is the best time to
Alternatively you can make an appointment request online:
and you will recieve a response that working day.
And to find our location please look here:
Tube is the easiest way of getting here, as we are 30 seconds walk.
Dr Jules Eden
Answer provided by Dr Oliver Firth
Dr Ollie Firth
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